The first measurable snow of the winter season is expected to arrive in the Granite State Tuesday.
Snow will begin falling in southern New Hampshire by daybreak, and will spread northward into the early morning hours.
Steve Lavoie with Hometown Forecast says southern New Hampshire will see the snow transition to a wintry mix and eventually all rain, while northern parts of the state will see mostly snow.
“What we’re looking at is 2-6 inches in the southern area, from say Laconia to the south. Obviously the highest amounts are closer to Laconia. Once you head north, you’ll see more snow, maybe a little bit of mix in the Lakes Region. We’re talking more in the lines of 4-8 inches.”
The storm is expected to come to an end by Tuesday evening.